Objection. Calls for speculation.<quoted text>
Maybe you didn't watch the trial, but, I could have sworn Jeff Ashton(in dramatic fashion), described how Casey put, not one pc of duct tape over Caylee's mouth, not two pcs, but, THree pcs of duct tape over that babies mouth to where no air could be drawn into the babies lungs, or words to that effect. Suffocation was his point.
That was Ashton's unsubstantiated, uncorroborated theory.
The FBI analysts shot down his theory in two significant ways, Dr. G shot it down in a third.
#1 - Casey couldn't physically be connected to the duct tape.
#2 - An unidentified third party can be physically connected to the duct tape.
#3 - No scientific medical evidence or testimony asserted the child DIED FROM duct tape.
The same thing goes for chloroform.
Nothing established Caylee DIED FROM chloroform.
Circumstantial evidence? Not hardly.
Absence of the circumstance is not evidence.